Hero Arts Truly Appreciated Video Tutorial!

Here is a video tutorial that I’ve made for Scrapbook Boutique.  I had some major fun making this!  I finally had a chance to CASE this amazing card here by Gayatri, she is totally awesome, you really need to visit and see for yourself.  I wanted to try out a new blending solution called Zest-it that’s environmentally friendly and I gotta say that I really do like it!

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Truly Appreciated

Other Supplies:  Prismacolor Pencils – Yellowed Orange, Sunburst Yellow, White, Lemon Yellow, Poppy Red, Crimson Red, Parma Violet, Lilac, Magenta, Pink, Apple Green, Olive Green.

20 thoughts on “Hero Arts Truly Appreciated Video Tutorial!

  1. I have to try some of that Zest It—the container it’s in is a very cool idea! Your card is beautiful and I really enjoyed watching your video. Isn’t coloring with pencils such a relaxing process!

  2. What an impact this card makes, Therese! THe vibrant colouring and the way you have masked off a space for the sentiment – GORGEOUS!!

    Have to run out to work but will be looking forward to seeing the video tonight.

    P.S. I agree with you about Gayatri – amazing 🙂

  3. Oh this is so gorgeous Therese. Love your tutorial. Nicely done. That sounds like a great product. Easy to store and not spill. Love that. Gorgeous bright colors and divine design. I must case this!

  4. Wow! Your card is so beautiful. And great video. Love the brght colours and very pretty flowers. Thanks for the shout out, Theresa!
    And a big congratulations on the Hero Arts win. That card is very beautiful!

  5. another brilliant tutorial Therese, love love loooooove the bright and beautiful colours in your card! it was very difficult not to add to my wish list while watching- yet again!!!!!!

  6. I was so thrilled to see your win over at Hero Arts – woohoo!
    I love the bright colours – and I have to come back & watch the video when I can have the sound on 😉 Blending is something I have to work on!

  7. Gorgeous colours and awesome shading. Thanks for the video tutorial, the mask it looks interesting stuff and I could watch an expert colour all day :0)
    Jenny x

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